This is a new condo project in the heart of downtown Toronto close to the world-class Ryerson University, and one of Ontario’s largest shopping malls, the Toronto Eaton Centre.
Centricity Condos is a new high-rise condominium by Graywood Developments in Toronto. This 53 storey pre-construction project with 594 residential units is located at 241 Church St, on the northeast corner of Church and Dundas St, in the Garden District neighbourhood.
This community is considered to be one of the most sought after residential areas in the downtown core as it has become a hotspot for condo developments.
Centricity Condos will take a simple, urban architectural approach with a tower that will rise out of a 2 storey podium presumably used for mixed-use retail space. This space will be replacing one of the few and most valuable gas stations currently available downtown.
Residents will have access to the building from three street frontages including Church Street, Dalhousie Street and Dundas Street East.
Welcome to Centricity’s lobby. Your doorway to a vibrant, infinite world. With natural lighting, natural materials, and earth tones with black accents, the lobby is inviting and homey. It’s also complete with curated furnishings, art, and built-in seating and greenery.
Explore the condo’s conveniently located private bike lounge. With a street-facing entrance and dedicated bike elevator, you can grab your bike and go in no time at all. Plus, the maintenance station, pops of colour, and wall and floor graphics makes this eco-friendly mode of travel that much more perfect.
Centricity Condos has not one, but two floors dedicated to 20,000 square metres of lifestyle amenity space. On the 6th floor residents can find state-of-the-art co-working space and lounges that are dedicated to a quiet study room, designated meeting rooms, collaborative workspaces and flexible work environments. One can get in the zone with the connected photography studio and podcast room.
Need a break? Enjoy the open coffee bar. Or take health and wellness to the next level in the fully-equipped fitness area and spin studio. Here you can experience high-tech inspired design and a water station to keep you on your A game.
The 7th floor is strictly dedicated to fun. Here you can be at the centre of entertainment in the artfully crafted party room. Residents can host gatherings with grouped lounge seating, stunning gas fireplace, and large kitchenette with group dining. Kids can also make use of this floor in the children’s playing zone. Not to mention, one can catch the stars with access to the patio and outdoor dining area.
Your suite is your personal sanctuary where you can escape, recharge and enjoy the comforts of everything modern living has to offer. With 9’’ ceilings, expansive windows, contemporary flat slab hinged, barn-style or framed glass slider doors.
Everything from built-in equipment to neutral-toned Scandinavian inspired kitchens to the sleek fixtures and hardware. Plus, contemporary kitchen cabinetry, engineered quartz countertops and backsplash, and integrated contemporary kitchen appliances.
Suites will also include 24″ front load-stacked washer and dryer, in a ceramic floor tiled laundry area, as well as a balcony, terrace, or Juliette balcony with glass and aluminum railings on poured concrete.
Not to mention spa-inspired bathrooms and cozy living spaces all complimented by expansive windows. Here you’ll find modern vanity cabinets in a selection of finishes, Caesarstone engineered quartz countertop with undermount sink, contemporary vanity mirror with integrated lighting, and large format floor tiles. Everytime you leave the bathroom you’ll feel like a million bucks.
Location & Neighbourhood
Centricity Condos is in one of the most coveted downtown neighbourhoods, located in the Garden District. Over the last decade condo developments have become a common trend, accounting for 78% of sales.
The sky-high pre-construction condo will be situated minutes away from the Allan Gardens (from which the area was named after), Moss Park and Ryerson University. Allan Gardens conservatory is an indoor botanical garden that dates back to 1858 planted with years of history.
In addition, the Garden District is home to one of the busiest downtown areas, Yonge-Dundas Square; that consists of shopping centres, restaurants, bars, and prestigious performing arts venues.
The neighbourhood is considered to be very walkable, with a 68 out of 100 walk score. Conveniently, daily necessities can be found in walking distance and many different errands can be done on foot.
This condo at the corner of Church and Dundas street has easily accessible public transit with multiple TTC bus stops and tram bus stops just minutes away. Union Station is about a 7-9 minute drive or can be walked to in approximately 20 minutes, give or take.